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New Horizons and the Present of  Yes (a bit of introspection when I should be working)

Mothra has permanent resident status in my belly, and yet…it is working out. Continue reading

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The Grief of an Ex-Wife

It has been a little over a year since my ex-husband died. A year of shepherding my two almost adult sons through the toughest times of their young lives. A year of learning that the grieving process is not really … Continue reading

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End of the Endless Summer – #reverb10

December 16, 2010 #reverb10 Prompt by @curiousmartha: Friendship. How has a friend changed you or your perspective on the world this year? Was this change gradual, or a sudden burst? “I meant every word I said.” Those six words, spoken … Continue reading

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Transformation

I have spent the past 10 weeks as a student in a Foundations class at the spiritual center that I belong to here in San Jose. Our final assignment was to creatively express what our key learnings were. Mine was … Continue reading

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Flipping the Cup and Reading the Present

“A relationship is reborn whenever you see someone as they are right now and don’t hold them to who they were” – Marianne Williamson, Everyday Grace Last night I had the good fortune to re-connect with an old friend. We … Continue reading

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The One Constant…

When you are unemployed, you can believe that “your job” is around the corner. When you are under-employed, it is easy to equate the small paycheck with your skillset. It is extremely easy to doubt what you are capable of doing.
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